Zig Zag Illusion,Harbin/FAB
The assistant (usually a woman) is placed in an upright cabinet, her
face, hands, and left foot visible through openings in the front of the
cabinet. Large metal blades are inserted horizontally in the cabinet's
midsection, dividing it—and presumably the assistant inside—into thirds.
The magician then slides the cabinet's midsection apart from the top
and bottom thirds, giving the appearance that the assistant's midsection
has been pulled away from the rest of her, giving her a "zig-zag"
While divided, a small door on the cabinet's midsection can be opened to examine—even touch—the assistant's body inside, a duty frequently performed by an audience member brought up on stage to help perform the illusion. At the completion of the illusion, the assistant's midsection is slid back into place, the two blades removed, and she steps out of the cabinet unscathed.
Manufactured in our FAB Studios - made from finest baltic birch and exquisitely decorated in bright enamel paint.
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